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  1. weswelker#83

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    Colberg, who was appointed by Palin, said the employees are caught between their respect for the Legislature and their loyalty to the governor...

    So, let me get this straight-

    Loyalty > Law?
    Awsome , this is just awsome.



    "This is an untenable position for our clients because the governor has so strongly stated that the subpoenas issued by your committee are of questionable validity," Colberg wrote.


    That's some mighty fine logic, Lou. The person being investigated questions the investigation, therefore the investigation is questionable.


    Source:
    The Associated Press: Alaska AG: State employees won't honor subpoenas



    Legal to Republicans = what you can get away with, apparently.
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    #87 Jersey

    This story is so lame it's a joke ... a bunch of people will make $$$ off this and in the end the conclusion will be she let go a guy that served at the behest of the govenor ... ie ... he could be fired for farting if she wanted.
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    I am glad WW83 supports the tasering of 10 year old children.:eek:

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